This Newsletter talks about our last meeting, a recap of the Beginners Workshop, what's happening at the next meetings, and our upcoming Annual Bonsai Show.
This Newsletter includes a recap of the August Meeting, discusses the Beginner Workshop on Aug 16, the next meeting on Aug 20, the Sep and Oct meetings as well as our plans for the Annual Show on November 12-13, 2022. Also in this Newsletter are photos of Memorial...
We are in the initial phases of trying to have Young Choe visit us. Nothing has been determined yet, but I highly suggest that you view her work here.
The July 2022 Newesletter includes a recap of the June Meeting, Troy Randall's demonstration of air layering, and a brief discussion of the upcoming July meeting with a refinement workshop with Adam Lavigne.
This new Newsletter is thanks to Mary Charles who is now taking over the task from Judy Giandelone.
This newsletter has more details and information about the Nov 6-7 40th Annual Bonsai Exhibit. It shows the Show Agenda and the Tree Submission and Tree Choice forms. Pages 7 and 8 talk about how Ed Trout will judge each tree.
This month's Newsletter is centered around preparations for our 40th Annual Bonsai Show to be held on Saturday Nov 6th and Sunday Nov 7th in Fort Myers, FL. Several forms are here for potential exhibitors of trees and Suiseki, was well as a brief description of...
This issue briefly describes upcoming events , but includes an extensive article about photography, "Spotlight On Photography" by Sherri Rutten.
This newsletter announces that we will have a first Post-Covid in person club meeting. Jim Bremer and Bill Smith will present "Yardadori". Also in this newsletter are a few photos taken at the BSF Convention held in Orlando, FL June 25-27.
It's been a scant month for Bonsai activity, but fortunately we've been able to get together (virtually) thanks to Zoom. This month we have the honor of having Mike Lane doing a Zoom presentation on Buttonwoods.
This month's newsletter discusses our next Zoom presentation with discussions of soil basics by Linda Rodriguez and Martha Goff, a short discussion and link to the National Arboretum in Washington, DC, and more advice from Jim Bremer about "Increasing Trunk Size". On...
Troy Randall discusses and demonstrates his vast knowledge cuttings and seed propagation. This is followed by Jim Bremer's detailed description of "Air Layering", a different variation of propagation. Also, go to this PDF for a link to the entire Zoom meeting.